The Pembrokeshire Coast Path National Trail twists and turns its way through 186 miles of some of the most breathtaking coastal scenery in Britain.

Part of Britain's National Trails, it represents one of the 15 best walking trails in Great Britain today.

The Path lies almost entirely inside the Pembrokeshire Coast National Park (Britain's only coastal national park) and stretches from St Dogmaels in the North to Amroth in the South.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path covers almost every kind of maritime landscape from rugged cliff tops and sheltered coves to wide-open beaches and winding estuaries.

The variety of landscapes you pass through on your way along the trail range from steep limestone cliffs, undulating red sandstone bays, volcanic headlands and flooded glacial valleys.

Those wishing to take in the entire Coast Path in one journey may need to be warned that its undlating nature means that it's over 35,000 feet of ascent and descent is said to be enough to be the equivalant of climbing Mount Everest.

However don't be put off by the length of the Coast Path, as a year round Coastal Bus Service offers walkers the opportunity to travel a few miles up and down the coast to perfect starting points of shorter walks.

The Pembrokeshire Coast Path can be enjoyed by everyone, reguardless of age and abilities. Many small coastal villages are strung out along its length and offer walkers the chance to explore, rest, refresh and recuperate in; essential for getting your breath back after experiencing some of those views!

Pembrokeshire Coastal Path Facts

  • Runs for 186 miles from Poppit to Amroth
  • Passing 58 beaches and 14 harbours
  • The Pembrokeshire walkers bus services cover the entire path
  • You'll travel through picturequse towns like Tenby, St Davids, Solva and Newport.
  • The variety of landscapes en-route makes every mile unique
  • With north, west and south facing coasts, the views are always changing
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